Amber Lee reports from San Mateo.
Redwood City police say they received multiple reports around 9:45 a.m. that a suspect had just crashed a school bus and was attempting to flee from the scene.
Police responded at 12:45 p.m. to the area of Beach Boulevard and Montecito Avenue on reports of a group of people fighting in the street.
The South San Francisco-based company posted a message on its website, saying it is not taking any orders and temporarily shutting down, on the guidance of health authorities.
All San Mateo County Parks have been closed until further notice due to a sharp increase in visitors despite the shelter-in-place and social distancing orders enacted to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, officials said Friday.
Seton Medical Center can accept up to 220 coronavirus patients, according to the state HHSA.
All six-year-old Jonah Pulido wanted to do for his birthday was to have a bowling party.
Officials announced on Wednesday that public school districts in six Bay Area counties are extending closures through May amid the coronavirus crisis.
The five deaths are the second-most of any county in the Bay Area, trailing only Santa Clara County's 16. Three of the new deaths were older adults and one was an adult, according to county health officials.
Half Moon Bay and Pacifica will be closing parking lots to beaches indefinitely in response to COVID-19 pandemic.
Seven Bay Area governments Tuesday ordered all commercial and academic medical labs to begin expanding the kind of data they report from tests involving the novel coronavirus.
In a matter of days, nearly 3,000 masks, 59,450 pairs of gloves and other items were bought by the salon owners and collected in the garage of a home to be given to health care workers.
The hospital's owners filed for bankruptcy back in 2018 and, although, community members have been fighting to keep it open the owners, Verity Health, announced earlier this month its intentions to close the facility.
A Sequoia student told the campus officer that a man approached her at the school and was acting strangely, asking her what grade she was in and if she had a boyfriend.
A Burlingame retirement home remains under virtual lockdown, with five residents confirmed positive for coronavirus.
Speaking publicly for the first time, attorney Robert Beles told KTVU that one of the reasons the Alameda County DA's Office did not charge Ujiri with assault and battery is because the deputy, Alan Strickland, had been convicted of insurance fraud nearly 15 years ago.
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San Mateo County officials on Saturday tightened a previous order limiting the number of persons who may gather, and starting at 12:01 a.m. Sunday, public or private gatherings of more than 50 persons are prohibited.
The revelations raise new questions about the deputy’s integrity, legal experts say, in a case that drew widespread attention and became a glaring distraction amid one of the Bay Area’s most high-profile recent moments in sports.
San Mateo County's health officer on Thursday issued a legal order prohibiting mass gatherings of 250 or more persons in order to slow the spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.